Well, I'll tell you.
Thanks to Crain's New York Business, just about the last place I'd expect to find Amos Zereoue (after the NFL, ba dum ching), I now know that Zereoue's the proud owner, proprietor, host and occasional chef at his namesake restaurant, Zereoue, in Manhattan.
Apparently the restaurant serves "West African" cuisine, it's on 37th St. between 5th and Madison Ave., and Zeroue recently "greeted" another Pittsburgh alum, Plexiglass Burress for a nice little dinner. The writer who reviewed the place said overall, "Amos Zereoue might be a fish out of water, but maybe a flying fish," as he gave the place two stars, which in Crain's world means, "Very Good."
All I'm wondering is, who's he got on broil? Chris Fuamatu-Ma'afala?
Tec, we gotta check this establishment out.
/Yes, I read Crain's New York Business...don't judge me...there were no US Weekly's available in my office today.